Besides enjoying the beach beauties here, tourists can take an ecological boat tour down the river contemplating the region’s ecological beauties. Farms where sea salt is produced also draw the toursists. The water is warm and shallow, but you’ll want to avoid the boats that park offshore. There are plenty of inlets for swimming and exploring at low tide. In the village you can get buggy trips and boat trips. There is no bus from Recife to Praia da Pipa, but you can get another bus at Goianhinha to Praia da Pipa.
It’s a smallish town with some colonial architecture, and various restaurants and bars along the 30km beach front – the further from Joao Pessoa centre the cleaner the beach is. The Paraiba coastline has numerous beautiful beaches and coves surrounded by cliffs and coconut palms. The fact that Pipa will be surrounded by luxury golf courses gives further confidence that in the long term investment potential for Pipa Hills. Another factor that really puts Pipa Hills in the spotlight is that wealthy Brazilians have chosen Pipa as their favourite holiday and weekend retreat destination. Pipa is surrounded by a nature reserve area which sets limits on the construction in Pipa; Further, Pipa will remain a low density area as buildings can only be 7 meters high. Bad for developers, but perfect for the few privileged property owners in Pipa as future supply of property in Pipa will be severely limited.
An area of unsurpassed natural beauty, Pipa is a strict conservation zone, bordered by the natural limits of ocean and protected Atlantic forest. Developers who have acquired building licenses generally own smaller plots for the construction of elegant, boutique-style condominiums. The beach with 9 kilometers long, manages to mix nearly untouched nature with lively activity. The name is due to a stone that, seen of the sea by the old navigators of last centuries, had the form of a pipe. This is a priveleged place of great natural beauty and dreamlike beaches, quiet and peaceful yet with several restaurants, bars and discos for an animated night life. Favoured by its location on the eastern most tip of Brazil, the coast of Rio Grande offers perfect conditions for surf and kitesurf during the whole year, with a well established swell from the northern Atlantic and steady Trade Winds.
These beaches offer safe swimming and excellent surfing. The place is an excellent travel destination for those who have an appreciation for nature, beaches, exotic locations, excellent bars & restaurants, internet cafes and some of the most magnificent views in Brazil. Roads; Rail; Airports): Natal, is a clean, modern city with an advanced road system and excellent transport links both internally and abroad through the Augusto Severo international airport. Planned Local Infrastructure: Another new international airport is being built in Sao Goncalo do Amarante, 15 kilometres North of Natal Local Attractions: Quality of life: mild tropical climate (27 C all year round), unspoilt nature, endless tropical beaches filled with coconut trees and its culture of enjoyment.